Cub Scouts - Pack 91

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Lions (Kinder)

About the Rank

​The Lion program weaves traditional Scouting concepts of character development, leadership skills, personal fitness, and citizenship into age-appropriate and fun activities for the Scouts and their parents. Lions work with their fellow Lion Scouts and each Scout’s adult partners. The program is focused on parent planning and delivery with support from the Cub Scout pack using literature specifically designed for the younger age group. ​ Lions earn the Lion badge at the end of the year after completing their other Lion activities. For Ages 5/6 or Kindergarten

Den Leader(s)

The Lion Den is led by: ​TBD
Meeting Location: Cedar Creek Elementary Cafeteria

Shopping List

Your scout needs a rank-appropriate uniform and handbook that they will use throughout the year. Rank-specific shopping lists (including optional items) can be found below. These items can be purchased in-person or online at a Scout Shop.
See the page for more details on where to get your gear.


​The official handbook is a Scout’s guide to their year in Cub Scouting. They can find everything necessary to complete requirements and many other Family Scouting activities.


Scouts should purchase the Cub Scout uniform, as shown below. ​


Neckerchief & Slide

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Uniform Web Belt

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Optional Gear

​The following items are encouraged but optional for participation in the program.
Uniform pants, shorts, or skirt
Uniform Cap


The requirements and information necessary to earn the Lion rank are included in the .
Complete each of the following Lion required adventures with your den or family:
Animal Kingdom
Fun on the Run
King of the Jungle
Lion’s Honor
Mountain Lion


The Lion elective adventures are optional but encouraged for further fun and exploration.
Build It Up, Knock It Down
Gizmos and Gadgets
I’ll Do It Myself
On Your Mark
Pick My Path
Protect Yourself Rules
Ready, Set, Grow
Rumble in the Jungle
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